Sprints are hot! Ever more often you hear people talking about designs sprints. It seems like every organization is currently sprinting. So is Kopano. But why? To answer this question, we need to understand what a design sprint is. Is […]
Last week we were scared twice: Google reads our emails and with Microsoft Office365, users can be monitored. I was surprised that apparently there are companies that let people read e-mails instead of automatically browsing through content… but that’s beside […]
As a result of the great influx of new technologies in our lives, we have changed the way we communicate. So what does future teamwork look like? And how can you as a company adapt to the ongoing changes?
The announcement of the Efail vulnerability has led to a surge of contradicting opinions and statements. After having read the paper and having performed extensive tests against Kopano over the last few days, we can now state the following: To […]
If you have met with us in any of the recent months, had a look at the roadmap or visited our conference you probably already heard about one of the products we’re currently developing: Kopano Documents. On April 12th, we […]
Modern software such as the Kopano DeskApp or WebApp are based on a very similar functional concept as Outlook. Users can work as usual. The procedures for opening an attachment can be defined and controlled. With the same usability, this reduces effort and increases security.
Everyone collects data. Then why do many of us think it’s perfectly ok if Canonical collects data but are upset when Microsoft and Google do so? What is your opinion on usage data collection? What is acceptable and what is not?
A few months ago I started working at Kopano. And as is often the case, a new job means new technologies to work with. One of these new technologies is Mattermost. And I like Mattermost. It allows me to communicate […]
Giants of the software industry like Microsoft have control over our data and use it to make money. As long as you trust a cloud provider with your data, your data privacy is not guaranteed. Therefore, you have to decide. Either you benefit from the insights provided by them and accept that your data is being stored and used by others. Or you stay in control of your data by self-hosting your software.
At Kopano we love Christmas because Christmas is a time of sharing. And as an open source company, sharing is something we do every day. It’s in our veins. In 2017 we extended and optimized our own collaboration suite and in 2018 we plan to push the overall adoption of open source collaboration. Read more about how we'll do this in this blog.
This blog originally appeared on: http://blog.gestreift.net/2017/11/ich-mattermoste-jetzt/ It’s just over a year now since I first wrote about the popularity of Slacking und WhatsApping and explained how to install Rocket.Chat. For a number of reasons, I stumbled across Mattermost a while ago and the time has come to […]
Last week, Kopano’s CEO Brian Joseph signed the open standards suppliers manifesto of the Standardization Forum at the ECP Annual Conference in The Hague, The Netherlands. As a member of the advisory board of The Document Foundation (TDF), Kopano […]
I was invited as a speaker from Arch Linux to speak at the first ever freenode conference on 28-29 October. Freenode is the largest IRC network for Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) developers. IRC is one of the first […]
As we all know, communication-related data – especially in corporations – belongs to the most sensitive of all information groups. The newly surfaced KRACK attack brought up another attackable angle which reminded us: how can we help our customers to […]
It’s been exactly one week since the Kopano Conference 2017 at the beautiful stadsvilla Sonsbeek in Arnhem took place. All members of Kopano’s ecosystem, including the thought leaders of our recent new collaboration partners came together to exchange thoughts.
Today we announced we will integrate LibreOffice online in our collaboration software suite. The integration means Kopano users will be able to work on the same files at the same time, whenever and wherever they like. The Kopano branded version […]
A security update for Microsoft Office in Outlook 2013 prevents users from responding by e-mail to all recipients and the sender. In issue KB3172519 , Microsoft describes that from now on, the e-mail address of the user is taken into […]
We’ve been sharing the booth together with Univention. And it was indeed really a very nice booth (see pictures). I must say, it really is awesome to share the booth with these people, as they share the same mindset. It […]
OpenSUSE Factory & Roadmap Big news for the community: Kopano has been included in openSUSE’s factory distribution, which is the “development” title of openSUSE’s next upcoming release and the first required step to take for inclusion into openSUSE downstream. Not […]
This year we went to FOSDEM with Kopano for the first time, with the goal to especially extend our community efforts and to get in touch with the vibrant Open Source community. We came to FOSDEM, prepared with a setup […]
Zarafa has announced the availability of ZCP 7.2.5 final this week. While this release mainly focuses on improving the compatibility, stability and performance of the stack this release has a big additional benefit: it is compatible with Kopano WebApp! What […]
In May 2016 something really great happened: After years of hard work we finally launched Kopano, a new system bringing intuitive communication tools together in one platform. We forked proven, scalable groupware technology from Zarafa and extended it to go […]
What is S/MIME? S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is a standard for securely transmitting MIME-encapsulated messages (such as email). It is tailored for end-to-end security and support for S/MIME is built into most modern email software and is interoperable. S/MIME […]
A common question we frequently get, is if there is a community version of Kopano. Of course there is! Kopano is Open Source Software. There is a difference in how to get the software as a paying customer or a […]
Last week we met for the 9th year in a row for our yearly groupware, communication and sharing conference. This year something big happened: we presented our new identity and direction accompanied by a new logo, product icons and supporting […]
At the Kopano Conference you can expect a mix of technology, interesting people, technical talks from different perspectives, various networking opportunities and a bit of unforgettable fun. Check out the Kopano Conference website now to get a sneak peek of […]
Since the early ‘00’s there has been more and more activity and development for business email (and in general: groupware) on the web. While web based applications were already widely accepted and used by consumers, it took a bit longer […]
We’d like to inform you about the Kopano Conference, our latest addition to the Kopano client family and our updated product strategy & roadmap. New blog posts on migration and the Kopano Outlook Extension are introduced and we will even […]
Last month the Z-Push team released the final version of Z-push 2.3.0 which includes the first release of the Kopano Outlook Extension. Today we provide you with a deeper look into the technical progress behind the Kopano OL Extension (or […]
Two months ago we released the Kopano communication & sharing platform, a thoroughly modern communication experience with the advanced functionality that teams need to boost productivity and enhance collaboration. Kopano is thé open source communication & sharing solution, which is […]